Specifications

Price new
30,000
N/A
Price used
N/A
34,988
Status
N/A
Discontinued
Years of production
2017 - 2019
2013 - 2014
Country of manufacture
USA
USA

Battery and Charging

Range EPA
259 mi -4%
270 mi
Range NEDC
N/A
502 km
Range WLTP
383 km
N/A
Battery pack capacity
60 kWh -29%
85 kWh
On-board charger (AC)
7.2 kW -67%
22 kW
Max charging power (DC)
80 kW -33%
120 kW

Powertrain

Acceleration 0-60 mph
N/A
4.2 s
Top speed
91 mph -30%
130 mph
Engine power
200 kW -57%
470 kW
Engine torque
266 lb-ft -40%
443 lb-ft
Efficiency
23.2 mi -26%
31.5 mi
Drive type
FWD
N/A
Motor type
Permanent-magnet
AC-induction

Body and Chassis

Seats
5
5
Dimensions
164 x 69.5 x 62.8 in
195.7 x 77.3 x 56.9 in
Wheelbase
102.4 in
116.5 in
Curb weight
N/A
4,731 lb
Body style
Hatchback
Liftback
Cargo capacity
16.9 ft3 -47%
31.6 ft3
Towing capacity
N/A
N/A

Compare all specifications of Chevrolet Bolt EV 60 kWh vs Tesla Model S P85+

What is it?

This is a brief summary of the comparison between 2 electric cars listed below:

Powertrain

  • The Tesla Model S P85+ has the most kW (470 kW). The Chevrolet Bolt EV 60 kWh has 200 kW.
  • The Tesla Model S P85+ has the fastest acceleration from 0 to 60 mph (4.2 s).
  • All 2 cars have a single-speed direct transmisson.
  • The Chevrolet Bolt EV 60 kWh is available in FWD configuration.

Battery and Charging

If you're looking for the longest range EV, you should choose The Tesla Model S P85+ as it has the best EPA/WLTP range (270 mi) and the largest battery pack (85 kWh). The Chevrolet Bolt EV 60 kWh can travel 259 mi with a full battery.

Conclusion

Overall, the Tesla Model S P85+ is the most powerful and has the longest range, but it is also the most expensive. The Chevrolet Bolt EV 60 kWh is a good compromise between performance, range, and price.